The International Space Station flies over Drombeg Stone Circle near the small village of Glandore in west Cork, Ireland in March 2020.
Drombeg consists of 17 tightly packed stones. As an axial or "Cork–Kerry" stone circle, it contains two taller entrance stones placed opposite a recumbent axial stone. Its axis is orientated south west towards the setting sun.
The constellation of Orion and the bright planet Venus are also visible.